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So Many Tiny Flowers | Queen Anne’s Lace | New York

Queen Anne’s Lace is an interesting flower from just about any angle you chose to photograph it.

From the distance Queen Anne’s Lace looks like a large white flower.

Up close it looks quite different.

When you look closely the Queen Anne’s Lace is actually comprised of many tiny little flowers.

I couldn’t even begin to guess how many tiny flowers compose each larger flower head.

The wild growing flowers make for beautiful photography subject as well as a great way to add some brightness to ones yard.

Photo details: Nikon D60. Nikon 60mm f/2.8. Focal length 60mm. ISO 400. 1/320 sec. f/6.3.

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Queen Anne’s Lace

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